Ya’ll liked my previous workout routine post that I decided to share a Fall edition.
My teaching schedule has slightly changed, therefore so has my training.
I used to teach spin on Fridays, but now I am teaching TWO on Monday; one at 6:00am and the other at 9:00am. Of course, as an instructor I’m not pushing 100% since I need to talk and focus on the class.
I’d say I push probably at about 80% of my max.Now for the burning topic; let’s talk Crossfit.
While I really do enjoy Crossfit, I’ve just had to take it down a few notches.Well, several.
Now, don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of ways to modify in Crossfit.
Personally, I felt like I wasn’t getting enough from Crossfit with the modifications I needed to do. I will [potentially] need a knee replacement within the next 10 years. Honestly I just want to be able to keep my joints healthy and strong.
I’ve gone back to my HIIT + Strength E-Guide.
I know it works (yep, I’m biased).There are plenty of modifications I know I can do PLUS get a great workout.
Obviously I should be able to, I created the program after all. 😉
I’m STILL mixing in Crossfit workouts about once a week, plus my Pilates class for mobility. I’ve been enjoying having my spin class on Mondays vs. Friday as it sets me up for the week.By the time Friday comes, I’m just really tired from a busy week, so I was happy that changed happened with my class time.
Alright, here is a look at what my current training “split” looks like:
- Mondays: Leg Day (like THIS workout + the two spin classes)
- Tuesdays: Crossfit (Upper Body focus)
- Wednesdays: My Pilates Class (or mobility by Heather Roberston)
- Thursdays: Total Body Strength (from my HIIT E-Guide)
- Fridays: Rest Day
- Saturday: Cardio HIIT (bodyweight)
- Sundays: Strength (from my E-Guide OR this Unilateral Workout by Heather)
I’ve linked a few workouts above on YouTube to check out some similar workouts I do.
Definitely check out the e-guide if you’re looking to change things up. I will say, this guide is by far the best program I’ve ever put together.I’m totally biased, of course.
Oh, lastly we can’t forget;
The winner of the RXBARs is LAUREN! Thanks so much to those who entered and supported the blog. Hope everyone has a wonderful week and happy November.
If you’re interested in learning more info on the e-guide, click HERE.
*Disclaimer: Please be mindful that this is my OWN personal workout. Before beginning any fitness routine, please consult your primary health care provider.
For more of my workouts, click HERE.
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